In honor of the 10th anniversary of Black Philanthropy Month, Giving Compass and BlackHer caught up with three Black women leaders in philanthropy and impact investing.

-Ashindi Maxton, Executive Director of Donors of Color Network
-Lisa Hall, Impact Chair at Apollo Global Management Inc.
-Valaida Fullwood, Principal Architect and Vision Keeper at The Soul of Philanthropy

BlackHer’s co-founder Jocelyn Harmon first spoke with the three panelists in 2019 about their social change work. Together, they reflect on what has transpired in the world and in philanthropy since then and discuss what the future holds for Black women in philanthropy.

Learn more about how:

-Racial and gender equity are embedded in all of the major issues of our time
-Black women are leveraging giving circles and other philanthropic tools to create social change
-Impact investing can help build a better future